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==Legend==
 
==Legend==
The Grey King killed the first sea dragon, [[Nagga]] with aid ofis thought to reside in a cloudy hall . From her bones he made his hall, the [[Grey King's Hall]], which he heated with Nagga's living fire. For a thousand years he reigned. He took as his wife a mermaid and plotted his war against the [[Storm God]]. He supposedly wore robes of woven seaweed and a tall pale crown made from Nagga's teeth. When the Grey King died, the Storm God snuffed out the fire and the sea stole his throne. Only his hall remains.<ref>[[A Feast for Crows]], [[A Feast for Crows-Chapter 19|Chapter 19]], The Drowned Man</ref>
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The Grey King killed the first sea dragon, [[Nagga]] with aid of the [[Drowned God]], is thought to reside in a cloudy hall . From her bones he made his hall, the [[Grey King's Hall]], which he heated with Nagga's living fire. For a thousand years he reigned. He took as his wife a mermaid and plotted his war against the [[Storm God]]. He supposedly wore robes of woven seaweed and a tall pale crown made from Nagga's teeth. When the Grey King died, the Storm God snuffed out the fire and the sea stole his throne. Only his hall remains.<ref>[[A Feast for Crows]], [[A Feast for Crows-Chapter 19|Chapter 19]], The Drowned Man</ref>
  
 
==References and Notes==
 
==References and Notes==

Revision as of 12:29, 27 June 2011

The Grey King is a legendary hero from the Iron Islands.

Legend

The Grey King killed the first sea dragon, Nagga with aid of the Drowned God, is thought to reside in a cloudy hall . From her bones he made his hall, the Grey King's Hall, which he heated with Nagga's living fire. For a thousand years he reigned. He took as his wife a mermaid and plotted his war against the Storm God. He supposedly wore robes of woven seaweed and a tall pale crown made from Nagga's teeth. When the Grey King died, the Storm God snuffed out the fire and the sea stole his throne. Only his hall remains.[1]

References and Notes

  1. A Feast for Crows, Chapter 19, The Drowned Man